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Dimensions of Light (3)
by Axilea MU

Friday, October 30, 2009
Rated "G" by the Author.
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THREE - infinity

Night’s insight ends
and so does time
as instinctively I learn
to see --
at the core of infinity
rested underneath my tree
I wake up to redefine
my path on a parchment of living
skin scrubbed and scoured
for rewriting --
limitless earth stretching
and tongues of infinite desire
an open landscape  of sand
that flows forever
from a broken hourglass --
above  the blanket of my hair
shadows have now disappeared:
there is no ghost
no wandering puppet
the wooden stage
now burnt to ashes --
in the middle of infinity
faraway so near
the smallest island
is a source of endless inspiration --
in the blackest sea
dark ocean waves
fill an ink pen
concentration all around
painted surfaces have faded
depth absorbs all colors
and all sounds combine
into the whiteness of silence 
that comes alive in me --
meaning that was somewhere lost
is to be found there
meaning that was hard to find
as it was never hidden.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Reviewed by Christine Tsen 5/21/2010
Beautiful...I must read all your poems. All.
(new here) Christine
Reviewed by Stanley Alston 4/29/2010
Very interesting - question any out of body experiences or near death experiences. Continued success...
Reviewed by Debra Ellwood 4/23/2010
Wow! What a subject to ponder -- "the core of infinity." "Meaning that was hard to find as it was never hidden" --never a truer statement has been made! I think I need to go back and read this again several times and glean more from the beautiful imagery. Three is the number for God, and He certainly is Infinite.
Reviewed by Sheila Roy 11/23/2009
After reading this part, the first two poems feel like vital journeys to get here. This one feels like clear vision and a decided goal. Excellent work.
Sheila
Reviewed by Melba May 11/20/2009
Wow! Axilea, that poem, is full of depth, and it is as though you have risen above our earths third dimension.
That was a great poem!
Reviewed by David Hightower 11/11/2009
Axilea - Excellent addition to your Dimensions of Light series. Especially liked the analogy to Siddhartha and his enlightenment in:

rested underneath my tree
I wake up to redefine
my path on a parchment of living
skin scrubbed and scoured
for rewriting --

and the zenlike:

meaning that was somewhere lost
is to be found there
meaning that was hard to find
as it was never hidden.

Enjoyed. - David

Reviewed by Dawn Anderson 11/3/2009
Spiritual, beautiful...so well written, Axilea.
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 11/2/2009
love the form you have chosen for this stream of consciousness, Axilea. The short lines are so visual and the breadth of your mind's travels makes me think of the borderless, bleeding (in the sense of no margins) of a surreal Dali canvas. As Charlie suggests, this is like spiritual breathing, like driven snow that is fresh with every new fall... and the word "palimpsest" came to my mind (which I love as being so robust and plummy in the mouth!) - the re-painting over a blanked-out older canvas where sometimes strokes of the original work still show through:

painted surfaces have faded
depth absorbs all colors
and all sounds combine
into the whiteness of silence
that comes alive in me --
meaning that was somewhere lost
is to be found there
meaning that was hard to find
as it was never hidden.

Beautifully layered work. xx
Reviewed by Charlie 11/1/2009
...such beauty as was never seen, as it was never written...

88 keys,
in black or white
touched in an infinite number of sequences...

and yet this too is music
born of words, their sounds, meanings,
and something spiritually BREATHING.
--Charlie
Reviewed by Felix Perry 11/1/2009
Stunning and leaves the reader with a sense of wow...should I clap or stand and cry for an ovation...well done Axilea.
hugs
fee
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 11/1/2009
In plain sight...

Ron
Reviewed by Liana Margiva 11/1/2009
EXCELLENT!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 10/30/2009
A captivating poem worthy of much more than a single reading. Thank you for sharing your perspectives, Axilea; such substance for reflection. Love and best wishes,

Regis
Reviewed by Sage Sweetwater 10/30/2009
Great Dimension series! This one progresses to beyond rudimentary. This indulges our interest in the exactness of what is visible on the top surface of our soul, and that it is indeed inspiring, Axilea, when we revive our alive...it's like those trick pens that have that magic disappearing ink, but we know it isn't hidden in the vapor trail...I'm convinced this could be your narrator's last planetary camp before descending to Earth...the core of infinity says it so...

Love,
Sage



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